Jason Priestley and Ava: Popcorn Pals

07/27/2009 at 04:30 PM ET

Former 90210 star Jason Priestley gets in some crucial one-on-one time with brand new big sister Ava Veronica, 2.

Father and daughter spent Sunday munching on popcorn while visiting a market in Los Angeles.

Jason, who turns 40 next month, and wife Naomi Lowde-Priestley welcomed a son on July 9.

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Tina on

thats so cute:)

french gigi on

i saw a picture of them carrying the baby in a carseat recently and had to do a double take….it was a pink carseat! i had to run back to cbb and make sure i read right that they had had a baby boy.
anyway, hoping we hear the name soon. im betting its something pretty normal.

Kristi on

Cute shoes!

Mia on

Maybe they just wanted to reuse the carseat, who knows lol. I’m sure the little baby boy is adorable.

Sarah M. on

She’s a cut kid! As for the car seat, that’s why I prefer more neutral colored basic items. That way they can be used with both genders without confusion. I’m still curious about the new baby’s name…

bonnie on

LOVE the fact that they are re-using a car seat! they are just such great people and Ava is precious!!

Allie on

Sarah M., I’m with you. That’s actually what I was about to comment on. When my friend was pregnant with her first child, I tried to inform her that she should pick out something neutral in case her next child isn’t a girl. Her response was, “It’s my first baby. I want to celebrate her.” I thought in my head how illogical that was, but just kept my mouth shut. Not even a year later she had to buy all new stuff for her little boy! haha Oh well, I tried.

Kat_momof3 on

definitely reusing a carseat there… they probably don’t know you can call the manufacture to order a new official cover in another print… or they decided that it wasn’t worth doing for a few months… after all, you don’t use the infant seat very long in the grand scheme of things.

Sarah M. on

Don’t get me wrong, I know car seats are expensive and am glad that they’re re-using Ava’s seat. I myself prefer the car seat, stroller, majority of most items, highchair, and other basic items to be colors that work for both genders. That way a girl doesn’t have all blue everything and a boy have all pink everything. (I guess it doesn’t really matter, the baby won’t really remember.) Some blankets and things that are more girly colors for girls are fine, the same mentality for boys. But I nannied for a little girl who 99% of what her parents bought for her were pink. Her room/closet looked like it puked pink. I think I bought her 1 pink item, other than that everything I bought her was really any other color. Luckily, when her mom had their 2nd and last baby, she was another girl!

Anna on

The baby doesn’t care that he’s in a pink carseat, so what does it matter?

Allie on

Anna, it doesn’t matter. They don’t care, good for them. If it were *my* kid, I wouldn’t want him in a pink carseat. I could only imagine my son asking why the first year of his life he was toted around in a pink carseat. haha My point was that if you’re going to have multiple children (like my friend), and don’t have the money to buy all new stuff (like my friend), save yourself the trouble and go neutral on all reusables (stroller, carseat, portable crib, etc.). That is all.🙂

Anna on

I my son asked I would tell him that it was used for his sister first. Also pink is not just a girl colour. Guys can wear pink too nowadays.

CelebBabyLover on

Anna- Good point! That said, I personally would feel a little weird putting a baby boy in a pink carseat, but that’s just my opinion, and I don’t judge the Lowde-Priestlys (or anyone else) for choosing to do so!

Bancie1031 on

Awww how cute ….. Ava is adorable

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